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Issue 56, May 2014 swoosh

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Interview

J. Hillis Miller

 

'You see you ask an innocent question and you’ve got a long answer': J. Hillis Miller in discussion with √Čamonn Dunne, Michael O’Rourke, Martin McQuillan, Graham Allen and Nicholas Royle

 

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Special Issue: Revealing the Reader

Anna Poletti and Patrick Spedding

 

Introduction: Revealing the Reader

 

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Part 1: Reading Histories

Susan K. Martin

 

Tracking Reading in Nineteenth-Century Melbourne Diaries

 

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Amanda Laugesen

 

Journeys in Reading in Wartime: Some Australian Soldiers’ Reading Experiences in the First World War

 

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Patrick Spedding

 

Eliza Haywood’s Eighteenth-Century Readers in Pennsylvania and New York

 

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Patrick Spedding

 

Eliza Haywood’s Eighteenth-Century Readers: Appendixes

 

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Part 2: Reading Communities

Robert Clarke and Marguerite Nolan

 

Book Clubs and Reconciliation: A Pilot Study on Book Clubs Reading the 'Fictions of Reconciliation'

 

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Tully Barnett

 

Social Reading: The Kindle's Social Highlighting Function and Emerging Reading Practices

 

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Danielle Fuller and DeNel Rehberg Sedo

 

Reproducing 'the Wow Factor'?: Negotiating the Values of Reading through One Book, One Community Events

 

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Part 3: Reading Futures

Ali Alizadeh

 

The Subject Supposed to Read: the Case against the E-reader

 

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Book Reviews

Timothy Steains

 

Review of The Postcolonial Eye: White Australian Desire and the Visual Field of Race by Alison Ravenscroft

 

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Lydia Saleh Rofail

 

Review of New Vampire Cinema by Ken Gelder, and Better off Dead: The Evolution of the Zombie as Post-Human, edited by Deborah Christie and Sarah Juliet Lauro

 

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Jason Archbold

 

Review of Temporalities by Russell West-Pavlov

 

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